Dating abuse goes unvoiced because some women don’t completely understand what it is. Dating Violence is defined as a pattern of abusive behaviors that are used to gain power and control over a current or former dating partner. There are four types of abusive behaviors: verbal, emotional, physical and sexual. Verbal abuse is when he or she calls you negative names, yells, threatens and puts you down constantly. Emotional abuse is when he or she shows abnormal signs of jealousy, possessiveness and stalking. They are also ...
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